Julie Frost, SFF writer (agilebrit) wrote,
Julie Frost, SFF writer
agilebrit

Bear River Bird Refuge Pix!

As promised, the photos from our trip to the Bear River Refuge the other day. I swear I am going to get better about this.

American Bittern. One of the definite highlights. He posed for me even after I got out of the car.
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Black-Crowned Night Heron (juveniles). These were shot in extremely low-light conditions.
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Forster's Terns. They were having a fishing party at a spillway.
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Great Blue Heron, chillaxin'.
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Unknown hawk of some kind.
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Long-billed Curlew.
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Pied-billed Grebe
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Ring-billed Gull. These guys were hanging with a giant flock of ibis.
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Ruddy Duck. The babies seemed awfully young. We didn't see a male.
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Snowy Egrets.
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Some kind of sparrow. The one is cleaning its face on the log... or something. IDEK.
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An itsty-bitsy spider.
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Swainson's Hawk.
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Western Grebes.
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American White Pelicans.
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